GREAT BRITAIN: All's Well That Ends Well

For a few years the most celebrated animal in the world was one whose existence was doubted. There were people who believed that the Loch Ness Monster was real; there were people who believed it was not. The number of skeptics diminished after the late Rt. Rev. Sir David Hunter-Blair, onetime abbot of a monastery on the Scottish lakeside, announced: "I have been investigating its presence quietly for many years, having a natural hesitance in letting my friends know that I believed in the existence of a fresh-water parallel of the sea serpent." After all, the Rt. Rev. Sir David...

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